5 Week Series Starts Easter Sunday

Answers To Hard Questions

God's Response To A Questioning World

Throughout human history, people have questioned who Jesus claims to be, why God allows suffering, should we take the Bible literally, and many more questions just like these. While there are plenty of questions to ask, we often end up looking for the answers in the wrong places.

Answers 5 Week Series Discussion Group

We’ve created a discussion group where people can learn more about, and wrestle with these tough questions. We will meet every Tuesday night over the next 5 weeks.

We’ll discover the answers to these questions and more, focusing on God’s response to our questioning world.

Week 1: Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 21st

Did Jesus claim to be God? If so, why should I believe?

Who was Jesus? Some say he was just a good man, a good teacher, or even a prophet. Others believe he is the Son of God. But what did he say about himself? And if he did say that he is God, why should we believe such a controversial claim?

Book Resource

Who is Jesus?

by Dr. R. C. Sproul
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Blog Resource

Is Jesus God?

by Justin Taylor
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Message Notes

Did Jesus claim to be God?

Sunday, April 21st
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Week 2

Sunday, April 28th

How can a good God allow suffering?

If we look at the world around us, it’s apparent that it is a world filled with brokenness and suffering. But what does this mean about God? Is he a good God who has no control over our suffering? Is he a cold and distant God who, though in control, has little compassion for us? Or is there another, more complex way to look at this difficult problem?

Book Resource

Suffering: Eternity Makes a Difference

by Paul David Tripp
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Video Resource

Reason For God: Session 2

by Timothy Keller
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Message Notes

How can a good God allow suffering?

Sunday, April 28th
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Week 3

Sunday, May 5th

If Christianity is true, why are there so many hypocrites?

Jesus commands Christians to love God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength, and love our neighbor as ourselves. Christians are called to imitate Jesus Christ in every way. And yet, it seems Christians can be more judgmental and less Christ-like than those who don’t claim to follow Jesus. Does this nullify the truth of Christianity?

Blog Resource

Is the Church Full of Hypocrites?

by R.C Sproul
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Video Resource

Reason For God: Session 4

by Timothy Keller
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Message Notes

If Christianity is true, why are there so many hypocrites?

Sunday, May 5th
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Week 4: Mother’s Day

Sunday, May 12th

You can’t take the Bible literally, right?

The Bible makes some outrageous claims! From Creation, to the Great Flood, to the Plagues of Egypt to the Miracles of Jesus, it seems there are so many places where the Bible and science just don’t match up. Is it all really just a big allegory? Or are we meant to take the Bible at face value in every respect?

Book Resource

Can I really trust the Bible?

by Barry Cooper
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Video Resource

Reason For God: Session 7

by Timothy Keller
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Message Notes

You can’t take the Bible literally, right?

Sunday, May 12th
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Week 5

Sunday, May 19th

Does my doubt mean I don’t have real faith?

The Bible has so much to say about faith: that it’s believing in things we can’t see and that’s an assurance of things for which we can only hope. But let’s face it, sometimes when we think we should have faith, we doubt instead. Are the two always mutually exclusive? Or can I doubt and still have faith?

Blog Resource

7 Ways to Deal with Doubt

by Michael Patton
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Blog Resource

I Never Expected to Doubt

by Alisa Childers
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Message Notes

Does my doubt mean I don’t have real faith?

Sunday, May 19th
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